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Visitor Policy

All persons entering the hospital MUST wear a mask at all times.

DO NOT accompany or visit a patient if you…:

  1. have tested positive for Covid in the last 14 days
  2. have been exposed to someone with Covid in the last 14 days
  3. are having any Covid symptoms

 

Guidelines:

Patients may have 1 visitor at a time, between 8 am and 6 pm.

All visitors must be 16 years or older.

Visitors must practice social distancing in public areas.

Visitors must use hand sanitizer upon entering.

No visitation in rooms of Covid positive patients

 

Effective 2/22

We need your help: A message for Cochise Community

The Covid-19 virus is still very present and continues to spread within our community. Our hospitals and staff are overwhelmed, we are above capacity with record-breaking numbers of critically ill patients, and we've lost valuable, skilled staff. Our top priority is keeping YOU healthy and well, but we are currently challenged in providing the kind of quality care we intend to give our patients.

WE NEED YOUR HELP. As we continue into the holidays, it's important you know how to keep you, your family and friends safe.

Here's how you can help:

~ If you are feeling sick, contact your Primary Care Provider (PCP) or urgent care to determine appropriate care.
~ If you are experiencing a true medical emergency, seek immediate care. Your hospitals and emergency providers are still here for you!
~ Get the Covid-19 vaccine and booster. Getting vaccinated helps save a hospital bed for someone experiencing other life-threatening illnesses.
~ If you feel sick, stay home! You don't want to expose others.
~ If you test positive for Covid-19, contact your PCP to discuss available treatment options.
~ Continue to wear a mask and socially distance when in large gatherings or public places.

We understand the holidays are an important time for family traditions. Thank you for helping keep our county safe and healthy.

- Your Local Health Providers

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Located in the beautiful high desert of southeastern Arizona, Canyon Vista Medical Center commits to serve residents in Sierra Vista, Ft. Huachuca, Cochise County – a population of more than 131,000 people, and our surrounding communities. We’re comfortably nestled in the San Pedro River Valley, 75 miles southeast of Tucson.

Canyon Vista Medical Center was founded in 1963 as Western Baptist Osteopathic Hospital on what was then the eastern edge of Sierra Vista. Growth and advancing technology dictated building our new 177,000 square foot hospital at 5700 E Hwy 90.

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